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    • 3D model designing of microneedles 

      Zahin, Nuzhat (BRAC University, 2018-09)
      The rising demand and resulting success of transdermal products over the last three decades have seen the expanding path for 3D printed microneedles. The benefits of the application of transdermal drugs via 3D printed ...
    • Association of BRCA1, BRCA2, RAD51, and HER2 gene polymorphisms with the breast cancer risk in the Bangladeshi population 

      Parvin, Salma; Islam, Md. Siddiqul; Al-Mamun, Mir Md. Abdullah; Islam, Mohammad Safiqul; Ahmed, Maizbha Uddin; Kabir, Eva Rahman; Hasnat, Abul
      Purpose: Breast cancer is considered as the most frequent female malignancy. Altered gene expressions due to genetic polymorphisms in the BRCA1, BRCA2, RAD51, and HER2 contribute toward the development of breast cancer, ...
    • Biosimilars: A revolution for biologics in the pharmaceutical industry 

      Moreino, Shannon Sherwin (BRAC University, 2017-08-23)
      The high demand for and resulting financial success of biopharmaceutical products over the last three decades have seen the door open for close copies of these biological products. Popularly termed as biosimilars, these ...
    • Design and optimization of 3D printed Orodispersible Film 

      Ohi, Illiyun Litch (Brac University, 2019-04)
      The oral route of drug administration is an alternative and preferable route over other available routes as it is considered to be the safest and effective route of administration. For this reason, the number of marketed ...
    • Developing our own biologic drugs 

      Kabir, Eva Rahman (The Daily Star, 2018-03-10)
    • Different approaches in the treatment of obstructive pulmonary diseases 

      Kabir, Eva Rahman; Morshed, Nabila
      Advances in drug formulation, inhalation device design and disease management are generating new opportunities for patients suffering from obstructive pulmonary diseases. This article provides a comprehensive review of the ...
    • HPLC method development for the analysis of linagliptin 

      Mimiya, Ruhani Amrin (Brac University, 2019-05)
      The purpose of this study was to develop a reliable, rapid and sensitive method based on high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) for the determination of an anti-diabetic drug linagliptin in its pure form as well as ...
    • Identification of FAP inhibitors using in silico simulation study 

      Deeba, Maliha Tasnim (BRAC University, 2018-03)
      Due to the highly limited expression of fibroblast activation protein (FAP) it is considered to be an alluring target for cancer therapies, in the activated stroma related to more than 90% of epithelial cancer. By using ...
    • Impact of cadmium exposure on human health with a focus on Bangladesh 

      Kabir, Eva Rahman; Sheikh, Zara; Khan, Tanisha Tabassum Sayka (© 2014 European Journal of Toxicological Sciences, 2014-03)
      The environment in which we claim to “live” in has become a huge reservoir of toxic metals. Human health is under constant risk of deterioration due to increasing chronic exposure of such metals that adversely affect the ...
    • Industrial training at Pacific Pharmaceuticals Ltd. 

      Sraboni, Syeda Tazia (Brac University, 2020-09)
      This is the report about in-plant training that we have completed in Pacific Pharmaceuticals Ltd. Subject like Pharmacy demands practical knowledge in the own field. Industrial training program is one of the most important ...
    • Industrial training at Sanofi Bangladesh Limited 

      Bushra, Fariha; Tabassum, Sadiya (Brac University, 2020-12)
      This industrial training report is based on our experience throughout the training and our academic learning. It had been a tremendous opportunity to experience the work of different sectors of a multinational pharmaceutical ...
    • Isolation and characterization of chromium reducing pseudomonas aeruginosa from Buriganga riverbed 

      Alam, Mohd. Faizul (BRAC University, 2018-11)
      The hexavalent form of Chromium is known to possess carcinogenic and mutagenic property and causes various serious diseases such as skin cancer, lung cancer, pulmonary congestion, etc. Salts containing hexavalent form of ...
    • Oncogenes: new targets in cancer treatment 

      Chowdhury, Waseka Shams (Brac University, 2019-10)
      In the recent years, progression in cancer genetics and biology has shifted the paradigm for cancer drug development and design. Greater emphasis is given for the development of a specific, non-toxic and molecule based ...
    • Palliative care services in cancer treatment: a study of the current scenario in Dhaka 

      Rahman, Qazi Ashrafur (BRAC University, 2018-04)
      Palliative care is explicitly acknowledged globally as an approach that falls under the human right to health. While there is a raised awareness of the vitality of palliative care for chronic diseases, this need is still ...
    • Patient care management of cancer 

      Ahmed, Syeda Maliha (Brac University, 2019-05)
      As estimated by the IARC, the global cancer burden has risen to 18.1 million new cases and 9.6 million deaths in the past year. Apart from other factors, limited access to timely diagnosis and treatment is one of the main ...
    • Per pill price differences across therapeutic categories: a study of the essential drug brands marketed by multinational and local pharmaceutical companies in Bangladesh 

      Kabir, Eva Rahman; Chowdhury, Nishat (© 2009 Academic Journals, 2009-12)
      The objective of this study was to comprehend the pricing differentiation of essential drugs between the local pharmaceutical companies (LPC) and multinational pharmaceutical companies (MNC) of Bangladesh. Thirty five ...
    • Phage therapy: A solution to antibiotic resistance? 

      Mahmud, Labiba (BRAC University, 2017-05-08)
      Antibiotic resistance has increased immensely within the last few decades rendering many widely used medicines obsolete. This has led to interest in alternative methods of treatment for infectious diseases. Bacteriophage ...
    • Physician’s attitude towards smoking: a survey based study in Bangladesh 

      Numan, Md. Shibly (Brac University, 2018-09)
      According to the World Health Organization (WHO), smoking is the major cause of death throughout the world. In order to understand the physician’s attitude towards smoking, we devised various statements and questions for ...
    • A pragmatic approach to the analysis of a combination formulation 

      Mubtasim, Noshin; Kabir, Eva Rahman; Podder, Ashis Kumar; Bhadra, Subrata
      The aim of the paper was to formulate a combined oral dosage form of rosuvastatin calcium and amlodipine besylate and to develop and validate an analytical method to be adopted for both routine quality control assay and ...
    • A review on endocrine disruptors and their possible impacts on human health 

      Kabir, Eva Rahman; Rahman, Monica Sharfin; Rahman, Imon
      Endocrine disruption is a named field of research which has been very active for over 10 years, although the effects of endocrine disruptors in wildlife have been studied mainly in vast since the 1940s. A large number of ...